Best Deals of the Week - 7/29/16

Best Deals of the Week - 7/29/16

Jelly Deals have rounded up the best gaming and tech bargains of the week.

Hey everybody, it’s the end of another week, and that means it’s time for another deals roundup from Jelly Deals. We’ve gathered up another week’s worth of the best offers, price cuts, pre-order prices and deals from the world of games and tech.

Now, keep in mind, while we do our best to make sure the deals are active at the time of posting, internet deals are known to disappear or sell out without warning. There’s a chance that by the time you get around to clicking any of these links, the deal could be gone or sold out. That being said, let’s move on and take a look at what this week has had to offer.

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End for $39.99 at Amazon US

Game of the year contender and Nathan Drake’s last rodeo, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End has hit an all-time price low at Amazon. It’s now available for $39.99, which is cheap enough for me to say that if you don’t already own a copy of this and you have a PS4, you really need to pick this up. Like, really.

Doom on Xbox One, PS4 and PC for $29.99 at Amazon US

Meanwhile, if you’re more into a little bit of the old ultraviolence, Doom is available on all three formats - PC, PS4 and Xbox One - for only $29.99. Considering how well this game was received just a few short months ago upon its release, it’s baffling to see it fall in price quite so soon. Baffling, but fantastic, really.

LG 49 Inch 4K LED TV for $599.99 plus $200 Gift Card at Dell Online Store

Now here’s a weird one. This 49 inch LG 4K television started out at $799.99. Dell’s online store then reduced the price by $200, making it now cost $599.99. That’s great, right? Well then they went and added a $200 gift card to the offer as well. So in effect, this TV will cost you $399.99, with $200 being given back to you as a Dell gift card. Not bad.

Western Digital Elements 2TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive for $69.99 at Amazon US

Whether you’re looking to transport a whole lot of files between computers, or simply expand your storage space on an Xbox One or PS4, this Western Digital external hard drive will do the trick. At the moment, $70 will get you a 2TB USB 3.0 external drive.

Cooler Master Hyper T4 Cooler for $9.99 (after rebate) at NewEgg

This Cooler Master CPU fan is designed for heavy duty use and high-end PCs, Right now, you can buy it for $24.99 and get $15 of that back as a rebate. That makes this CPU cooler a mere $10 overall. Hard to say no to that.

XCOM 2 on PC for $29.99 at Amazon US

Finally, the latest entry into what is widely regarded as one of the best strategy game franchises ever made. XCOM 2 on PC has been reduced down to $29.99 for Amazon Prime members at the moment.

That’s it for another week of deals in the world of gaming and tech and stuff. Do keep in mind that all deals, stock and prices can (and sometimes do) change at any time, so sorry if that happens. As always, we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more low prices, deals and offers over at Jelly Deals, or you can follow us over at Twitter or Facebook. See you next week!

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